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GT Primary students dress the part for their future careers

Tomorrow’s doctors, chefs, and policemen dressed the part Thursday (12 May) at George Town primary school.

Year four students took part in career day, hearing from today’s professionals about a variety of different careers.

The kids themselves peppered the presenters with questions about their chosen fields.

But one little girl has already determined her career path, and it’s going to take some studying. She told Cayman 27 her love for science has made her want to pursue a career as a doctor when she’s all grown up.

“Well, if you learn science, it’s good to do experiments and stuff. Like, if somebody has a disease, science is good for you to know, like what you need to do. Like, you could get a shot from them and that would make them better, so to make people feel better from it,” said Ariah Cotterell.

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